Spencer Garn is a musician, record producer, composer, & engineer known for his soulful & organic sonic fingerprint (Ruby Velle & The Soulphonics, and others).  He primarily works out of his own Diamond Street Studios in Atlanta, GA where he records and mix's most of his work.  On stage he performs mostly as a keyboardist, specifically Hammond organ, for the most part. In this studio he also plays bass guitar, in addition to recording the occasional guitar riff or drum beat!  

**Check out his bi-monthly event every first and third Thursday at Argosy in East Atlanta Village with his band, The Diamond Street Players, featuring a rotating cast of Atlanta's best soul, funk, jazz, & R&B musicians he works with in his studio as well as on stage in various formats.

Garn's recent work is an array of songwriting, production work, and musical performance! A few projects are highlighted here on this page - take a listen!   In addition to the upcoming sophmore album he has co-written, co-produced, engineered, mixed and performed on "State of all Things," by Ruby Velle & The Soulphonics, there's much more to come in 2018, including a debut album from his studio band, The Diamond Street Players!

Slim Wednesday "Reptile Show" debut album (April 6, 2018)
Recorded & mixed by Spencer Garn at Diamond Street Studios.
Ruby Velle & The Soulphonics "State of All Things" single - March 23, 2018
Other credits: Bass guitar, piano, organ, string arrangement. Recorded, mixed, co-produced by Spencer Garn at Diamond Street Studios.
Ruby Velle & The Soulphonics - "Call Out My Name" single - (Feb 16, 2018)
Music Co-writen by Spencer Garn
Other credits: Bass guitar, organ, synth. Recorded, mixed, co-produced by Spencer Garn at Diamond Street Studios.
Ruby Velle & The Soulphonics - "Broken Woman" single - (Dec, 2017)
Music co-written by Spencer Garn
Other credits: Keyboardist & synth. Recorded, mixed, co-produced by Spencer Garn at Diamond Street Studios.
"Living In Harmony" by Diamond Street Rhythm Machine featuring LO CARTER (8/25/2017)
Lyrics & music written & produced by Spencer Garn
Other credits: Recording & mix engineer, guitarist, & keyboardist; Spencer Garn. Recorded at Diamond Street Studios.
"Grow" by Whitney Tai (July/2017)
Producer, Co-writer, Keys, Synth's, Rhythm Guitar, Recording Engineer
Recorded at Diamond Street Studio
Sara Rachele "Change Your Mind (you should be mine)" (June 2, 2017)
Producer, Bass, Keys, Recording Engineer, Co-writer - Spencer Garn
String Arrangement by Spencer Garn & Sara Rachele - Recorded at Diamond Street Studios
Whitney Tai "Good At Being Bad" (Jan 10, 2017)
Songwriter/Producer/Engineer/Guitar/Sound Design- Spencer Garn
Recorded and Mixed at Diamond Street Studios
Sara Rachele - "How Does It Feel Like To Lose" (Aug, 2016)
producer, co-writer, bass, organ & recording engineer
Recorded at Diamond Street Studios
Whitney Tai - "Forever" EP (may, 2016)
producer, co-writer, Moog synth, keys, recording & mix engineer
Recorded at Diamond Street Studios
The 200's "Oh Yes, Hello My Friend" (Aug, 2016)
Recording Engineer - Spencer Garn
Recorded to tape by Spencer Garn at Diamond Street Studios
Sara Rachele - 1971 Javelin (Nov, 2016)
producer, co-writer, bass, Vox organ, Moog synth, recording & mix engineer
Recorded at Diamond Street Studios
Greyhounds - "Change of Pace" (April, 2016)
Recording engineer on tracks 5, 6, 12, & 13
Recorded at Diamond Street Studios
Sara Rachele - "You Don't Move Me" (2014)
From the "Diamond Street" album (2014) Bass guitar
Recorded at Diamond Street Studios
Sara Rachele - "Strong As My Hands" (Delilah) (2014)
From the "Diamond Street" album (2014) Bass guitar
Recorded at Diamond Street Studios
Ruby Velle & The Soulphonics - "Medicine Spoon" (2012)
Producer, co-writer, bass, organ & piano, recording & mix engineer
Recorded at Diamond Street Studios
Ruby Velle & The Soulphonics - "It's About Time" (2012)
Producer, co-writer, bass, organ & piano, recording & mix engineer. String arrangement
Recorded at Diamond Street Studios
Various Recordings: (2010 - 2013)